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General Discussion / Rage. WOW. FREAKING WOW.
« on: 07:50 AM - 10/04/11 »
This game is incredible.
http://www.youtube.com/v/KZvlLkoxodg?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0
I went to the midnight opening at my local Gamestop and had to play it immediately when I got home. Glad I did.  It is MIND-BLOWINGLY AMAZING.  I have trouble understanding how they got this to run on an Xbox 360.

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Hopefully this isn't the wrong section for this....if so, please move it.

Here's a video of me playing the BF3 beta with the XIM3, using the BFBC2 smart translator.  7-0 killstreak!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reRgkWQZ6RQ

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I've searched the forums for a solution to this problem, but have come back empty.  Normally, when entering a ground vehicle, the forward / reverse functions are mapped to the triggers and the weapons are mapped to the bumpers.  Since this is the reverse of what is mapped for infantry controls, it presents a problem when trying to use a vehicle.  Suddenly i'm having to click my left mouse button to drive forward (fire weapon key), my right key to reverse (weapon zoom), my mouse thumb button to fire a weapon (left bumper) and my other thumb button on my mouse to fire the other weapon.  I'm sure I'm not the only one that has dealt with this.  I don't have a problem with the sensitivity of the turret turning, I just can't drive the @#$% thing. LOL

Is there a setting that can be changed in the games options to give the vehicles a "halo warthog" style control config?  If so, that would solve the problem.  I can't confirm whether or not it does because I'm at work right now.

I'd really like to find a solution to this, because right now, the XIM3 is of little use to me in BC2 and/or BF3 (my favorite FPS series) because I'm really into the vehicle combat, and this makes it nealy impossible to drive tanks and other ground vehicles. 

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